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Japanese actress Takeuchi Yuko was found dead by her husband, actor Nakabayashi Taiki, in their TOKYO apartment early Sunday morning. Forty years old at the time of her death, she was a mother of two, including an infant boy who was born in January. While Takeuchi left no note, death by suicide is being presume. If that is confirmed, Takeuchis demise would follow other recent suicides by well-know-Japanese talents, including actress Ashina Sei earlier this month, actor Miura Harumi in July and reality TV star Kimura Hana in May. Takeuchis official website at talent agency Stardust Promotion, has not yet been update. Born in Saitama Prefecture in 1980, Takeuchi accumulated a long list of credits in both TV dramas and films, as well as many domestic acting awards. After making her debut in the 1996 drama Cyborg, Takeuchi rose to industry heights with lead roles in the hit 1999 NHK drama Asuka and 2001 TBS drama Love and Life in White. Her film career began with a supporting role in the 1998 J-Horror hit Ring. Her first starring turn was in the 1998 teen drama Innocent World. Over the next two decades, Takeuchi was in high demand for TV and film roles, often playing characters on the comically ditzy side, such as hospital investigator in 2009 Nakamura Yoshihiro mystery drama Triumphant Return of General Rouge. But she was also cast as razor-sharp sleuth in Miss Sherlock, 2018 series co-produce by Hulu and HBO Asia and broadcast in 18 countries around the world. In 2007, Takeuchi won local best actress awards for playing brassy, free-spirt friend and surrogate mom to her married lovers ' young daughter in Negishi Kichitaros Dog in Sidecar. More recently, she won the Japan Academy best supporting actress Prize for her work in the 2014 drama Cape Nostalgia. Takeuchis warm, smiling, woman-of-people image also makes her popular with advertisers, who use her as the face of many ad campaigns, with Panasonic, Suntory and Shiseido among her better-known clients. Her most recent film, caper comedy Confidence Man JP: Princess, was released in July. If you or anyone you know in the US is having thoughts of suicide, please call National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or go to speakingofsuicide. Com / resources. In other territories, please call your local Suicide hotline.

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3. Nanao Arai

Nanao is a young Japanese fashion model and actress. She was born on October 28 1988. Know mostly for her long legs, she made her debut in May 2011 in the weekly magazine Big Comic Spirits. Her birth name is Nanao Arai. She has chosen to go by her stage name of Nanao since 2009. She is a native of Saitama, Japan, same city that the supermodel and actress Yoko Mitsuya is from. She is also the race queen for Super GT Team Yoshiki Rockstar Girl. That is one of longest titles for race queen group that Ive seen or heard of.

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10. Yui Aragaki

Yui Aragaki was born on June 6 1988. She is a Japanese idol, model, actress, singer, voice actress and occasional radio show host. She is particularly recognized for her beauty and her movie projects. She won Film prize at 45 Golden Arrow Awards in 2008. Her tremendous number of movie shoots as well as preparation for her debut album resulted in her suffering from work-related stress in 2007. Outside acting, she also released her first album, Sora, and the single heavenly Days, song from Koizora. Memories, theme song for Tokyo Serendipity, was included in her debut album. She also performs at Budokan. She was also co-hosts of the popular radio program Girls Lock from 2010-2012.

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11. Aya Ueto

Aya Ueto was born on September 14 1985. She is a Japanese actress, singer, model, tarento, and occasional radio personality. Aya was discovered when she participated in 7 Japan Bishojo Contest, where she won Special jury Prize. At the age of thirteen, she made her acting debut, in the film Satsujinsha: Killer of Paraiso. Aya's breakthrough came when she was cast as a high school student suffering from gender identity disorder, in the sixth season of long-running TBS drama 3-nen B-gumi Kinpachi-sensei. Her critically acclaim performance led to several leading roles and endorsements, eventually establishing herself as one of Japan's most recognizable face. As one of Japan's most ubiquitous celebrities, Aya constantly appears on billboards, shop windows and train adverts, and has held the annual title of CM Queen five times since 2004.

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14. Maki Horikita

Apart from modeling for photobooks, Horikita has appeared in magazines and television advertisements. She is best remembered for her television commercials for Fujifilm and Lotte. She is also staple image endorser for Suntory and NTT DoCoMo. In 2008, Nihon Monitor recognized Horikita as one of Japan's top endorsers during its annual Most Popular Personality in TV CMs. Horikita had been cast in several drama series and movies since 2003, but her roles in Densha Otoko and Nobuta wo Produce became her breakthrough performances. Her promising portrayal of the titular character in Nobuta wo Produce won her Best Supporting Actress Award from Japan's Television Academy Awards. It was also around this time that she won the Newcomer Award from Japan Academy Awards for her role as student apprentice in Always: Sunset on Third Street. In following year, she won her second Best Supporting Actress Award for her role in Kurosagi. Months later, she was given the lead role by Teppan Shoujo Akane and the role of bully who is behind class rebellion in Seito Shokun! Where she co-starred with her agency senior Rina Uchiyama. She was also cast in the horror movie, One Miss Call: Final, last installment of One Miss Call franchise with agency colleague and best friend Meisa Kuroki and South Korean actor Jang Keun-suk. Soon after, Horikita was Award her first Best Actress Award for her role as Mizuki Ashiya in the Japanese drama adaptation of the gender-bender manga Hana-Kimi, or Hanazakari no Kimitachi e. In same year that Hana Kimi was Film, Horikita also starred in Taiga drama Atsuhime with Aoi Miyazaki. In the same year, she played the lead character who has multiple personality disorders in the suspense movie Tokyo Shonen and reprised her role as student apprentice in Always: Zoku Sanchome no Yuhi, sequel to her breakthrough movie. Horikita's exceptional work was recognized by Vogue Nippon which identified her as one of eleven Women of the Year in 2007. On October of the following year, she was once again seen on Television opposite Yuzu's lead vocalist Yujin Kitagawa, leading cast of Fuji TV's golden time slot in the drama Innocent Love. Towards the end of the year, she had been cast as Naomi, female protagonist of Dareka ga Watashi ni Kiss wo Shite or DareKiss Hollywood-Japan collaboration Film directed by internationally acclaim director and self-confess Japanese culture fanatic Hans Canosa. It was revealed that one-third of her lines in the movie were in English. As soon as filming for DareKiss end, Horikita went on to appear in two television dramas: Atashinchi no Danshi in 2009 as adoptive mother of six young men and Tokujo Kabachi! In 2010 as administrative scrivener opposite Arashi's Sho Sakurai. In January 2011, Horikita starred in the movie adaptation of Into White Night, widely read novel that was adapted Into Television drama in 2006 starring Haruka Ayase and Takayuki Yamada.

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15. Erika Sawajiri

Japanese actress Erika Sawajiri plead guilty Friday to possession of illegal drugs MDMA and LSD in the first hearing of her trial at TOKYO District Court, with prosecutors seeking an 18-month prison term. Defense lawyers are asking for a suspended sentence for a 33-year-old, who was arrested in November over drug possession at her home in TOKYO. The court is due to hand down a ruling next Thursday. I don't plan to return as an actress, Sawajiri said after offering an apology. Her arrest shocked the entertainment industry and led to a delay in the start of yearlong-period drama series in which she was scheduled to appear. A total of 2 229 people gather at Hibiya Park in central TOKYO, located near District Court, for 19 public gallery seats available in the courtroom. There are many other celebrities besides Sawajiri who are socially influential and have been embroiled in drugs, say 65-year-old man who went to Park seeking access to the courtroom. All of society should address this issue because individual resolve isn't enough. A 21-year-old woman who also goes to Park say, I think she was a cool actress who had talent, so this incident is a shame. According to the indictment, Sawajiri was in possession of 0. 19 grams of powder containing MDMA, 0. 6 grams of liquid containing LSD, and 0. 08-gram piece of paper lace with LSD at her home in TOKYO on Nov. 16. She has also admitted to using marijuana, LSD, cocaine and MDMA, according to investigative sources. Sawajiri was released on 5 million yen bail in December. Her management company say she has been in a medical facility for treatment. She was awarded best newcomer award at the Japan Academy Film Prize for her role as an ethnic Korean girl living in Japan in Pacchigi! Direct by Kazuyuki Izutsu and released in January 2005. Actress Erika Sawajiri admits taking illegal drugs for over 10 years

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16. Kyoko Fukada

Kyoko Fukada was born on November 2 1982. She is a Japanese actress and singer. In Japan, her name is sometimes contract to nickname Fukakyon. She won the award for Best Actress at Yokohama Film Festival for Kamikaze Girls. She debuted in 1987 with her first appearance in the television drama Sore ga Kotae da! As Kazune. Fukada appeared in her first movie Ring 2 as Kanae Sawaguchi in 1999 and later in School Day of Dead, released in 2000. That same year, she graduated from Horikoshi High School. In 2002, she made an appearance in Dolls as Haruna. Fukada is also a J-pop singer and her debut single Last Fruit led to her album Dear, both released in 1999.

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